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  • Market Basket : MinuteClinics to debut in area

    Market Basket : MinuteClinics to debut in area
    The next time you are suffering from a sinus infection or earache, or need a flu shot or sports physical, you will find a growing number of alternatives to making a traditional appointment to see your family doctor. Consider the north side of Mishawaka...
  • Addressing girls' health needs at juvenile detention centers

    Addressing girls' health needs at juvenile detention centers
    Latrice lifts the sleeve of her gray sweatshirt to reveal small, dark lines — scars from slicing her forearm over and over to drown out pain from years of sexual abuse. She says she was an alcoholic, dropped out of school in the eighth grade and got...
  • Babies learn to sign before they can speak

    Babies learn to sign before they can speak
    SAN DIEGO - Parents trying to have their toddlers to be read-and-write ready before kindergarten should consider a sign language class, educators said. Multiple studies have already shown toddlers who learn sign language can learn how to read and write...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Flying with children

    The Frugal Traveler: Flying with children
    When it comes to family vacations, flying with children is likely one of the largest logistical dragons you'll slay. From toddler tantrums and teen boredom to infant ear pain and stroller storage, the list of potential issues is long indeed. I talked to...
  • Medpoint Express opens in Memorial Hospital

    Medpoint Express opens in Memorial Hospital
    SOUTH BEND -- The location probably sounds a little counterintuitive. But the new Medpoint Express convenient care clinic located inside Memorial Hospital is actually seeing more patients after 30 days than the clinics located inside retail stores....
  • Hospitals react to 'Obamacare' ruling

    Hospitals react to 'Obamacare' ruling
    The U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Thursday to uphold President Obama's health insurance mandate will expand coverage to many uninsured Americans, but its effect on area hospitals remains unclear. Len LaBella, president of Verdugo Hills Hospital, is...
  • Growing rue, an odd herb with a rueful side

    Rue. The name alone should give you pause. This low-growing perennial has been a domesticated herb for thousands of years, particularly in Europe. It grows easily in bad soil, propagates on its own and puts out bright yellow flowers that attract...
  • Cops: Mom left 2 kids to go out for doughnuts and beer

    Cops: Mom left 2 kids to go out for doughnuts and beer
    Ahhh...the lure of donuts and beer on a Monday night. Gainesville cops say Jessica Renee Sanland left her kids, age 4 and 7, alone in her apartment while she went to Dunkin' Donuts and a nightclub, according to an arrest report, reports The Gainesville...
  • There are many natural ways to get some sleep

    There are many natural ways  to get some sleep
    Dear Pharmacist: I've had a couple of years of bad insomnia. I've tried medications, but I want something natural. Suggestions? — P.T., Denver, Colo. Dear P.T.: There are many natural supplements known to help insomnia, among them: GABA, kava,...
  • Health care Law Has More Doctors Teaming Up

    Health care Law Has More Doctors Teaming Up
    As Congress debated the healthcare bill, many critics lamented it would do little to transform a system in which doctors and hospitals bounce patients around in an uncoordinated, costly, sometimes tragic process. But something unexpected has happened...
  • From the Desk of Dora DePaoli: Family summer vacation in Nassau continues

    Some more about my family’s vacation in Nassau. There was no luggage inspection by the customs service when we landed at the Nassau Airport, or on our arrival in Miami. Maybe it was just too late for the people there to be bothered with us, or we...
  • Michael Douglas: 'My Cancer is Gone'

    Michael Douglas: 'My Cancer is Gone'
    LOS ANGELES -- Oscar winning actor Michael Douglas has revealed that his tumor is gone and that he believes he has beaten Stage 4 throat cancer. "It's been a wild, six-month ride," Douglas told NBC's Matt Lauer in a taped interview -- his first since...